Do you ever wake up in the morning and ask yourself the question ‘Who am I?’
There was a stage in my life where who I was had everything to do with what I had, didn’t have or what I was doing or not doing. After deciding to stop and ponder on who I was being I started to see a whole other world. I started to feel the possibilities of how my life could be once I chose to show up first. Rather than putting importance on things externally I took time to connect with what I felt internally. At first there was so much in the way that had me holding onto the things I had in my life. You know all the stuff we believe we can’t live without… The lifestyle, the money, the car, the house, the job! These things where keeping me locked up though, in my own cage. The idea of stepping out and only doing what I truly loved scared me. Then there was that morning I woke up and asked the question ‘Who am I?’ The answer was not in anything tangible, so I decided to jump into the unknown and follow what I felt I loved. The first part of this was letting go of those things I didn’t love or had attachments to.
So many of us look to our circumstances before we jump or decide to do something. Have you ever wondered how life would show up for you when you firstly decide to jump rather then waiting for life to show up so you can? How free are you really?